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capitalism is an impeccably inclusive creed

In principle, however, capitalism is an impeccably inclusive creed: it really doesn’t care who it exploits. It is admirably egalitarian in its readiness to do down just about anyone. It is prepared to rub shoulders with any old victim, however unappetizing. Most of the time, at least, it is eager to mix together as many diverse cultures as possible, so that is can peddle its commodities to them all.

— Terry Eagleton (2004). After Theory. London, Penguin Books. (p.19) ??

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